A Next-Generation Nearshore Solution in Guatemala
An educated workforce situated Latin America’s largest economy makes Guatemala an ideal nearshore location for companies who want to scale superior brand experiences.
Hispanic and Latino Americans account for 18% of the US population, and given this proximity, North American based companies look to nearby Hispanic speaking locations that diversify their risk portfolio while also reducing costs.
Why Nearshore in Guatemala?
A concerted effort between the government and academia has helped to advance the outsourcing industry in Guatemala. An inherently empathetic and caring culture, with a growing affinity with American culture, avoid steep learning curves for supporting Member support and customer care in English and Spanish.
GDP 2020 – Largest economy in Central America
University Students per year
State-of-the art facility with futsal court
Reduction in labour costs
Take a tour of our experience center
Everise has been delivering proven results for Fortune 500 enterprises, since we launched our first Guatemala Experience Center in 2012. Our deep domain expertise in Logistics, Healthcare, Travel and Tourism, paired with a strong education system, enable Everise to deliver not only customer care solutions, but many of our Product Experience solutions as well.
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